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Started over yet again *sigh*

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

I'm sure this is going to be boring for most if not all of you, so don't feel like you have to drop in and comment, but if you do that'll be great too :)

Sunday April 12th was my first day in a very long time that I've been back on track, so far it hasn't been that bad, it even feels kind of good being in control again. So I'm going to use this little space every day to write down how many ww pts I've had and also how many calories. I'm suppose to have 25 ww pts a day along with 35 flex pts if I want to use them, and I'm shooting for 1600 a day. Okay here we go.

Sunday 4-11
24 points
1402 calories

Monday 4-12
26 points
1424 calories
1 flex used 34 left

Tuesday 4-13
27 points
1528 calories
2 flex used 32 left

Wednesday 4-14
30 points
1668 calories
5 flex pts used 27 left

Well Thursday was a total waist, not in a bad way just not enough to eat, I had to have a colonoscopy at 7:30 this morning, so besides some applesauce, some pudding and two Popsicles oh yeah and some bullion cubes that was all I had for the complete day yesterday, needless to say I think my stomach started attacking my backbone at some point. so this afternoon when I was done hubby took me to Denny's for lunch, I probably ate way too much but I was dying, okay well I thought I was anyway lol so the rest of the day I am back on track, and may I just say THANK GOD that is over with, the doctor said all looked good, I'm not sure if he thought my a$$ was hot or things inside looked good HAHAHA!
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  • TABBYRUINZ
    You know Maggie, just the title of this blog is something to think about. It is not actually a start over... it is a continuation of your effort to be/get healthy... so don't beat yourself up too much because you think it is another do over. emoticon
    4038 days ago
  • TERESA6262
    Keep on keeping on!
    4044 days ago
  • SHANTODD420
    Hey Missouri take it one day at a time and one step at a time. I have been on and off track since Xmas. Still trying to get back to where I was but we will get there.

    Hugs,
    Shannon
    4046 days ago
  • DWAN1969
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    We all get off track from time to time (me, more often than most, it seems....lol) And this site is all about helping us reach our goals, right!? So, no such thing as a boring blog... emoticon
    4046 days ago
  • MASTERCARE
    Never get bored with friends! I support you 100 percent!
    4046 days ago
  • INDYAMYP
    Congrats to you for jumping in again. I like your thought of not losing weight, but releasing it. It makes it sound like a much more positive experience. And after all, we are gaining back our lives, not losing them!
    4047 days ago
  • DBISSON0424
    thank you for commenting on my blog "GARDENING IS GOOD EXERCISE". I applaud you for taking that leap again. For those that don't understand, it isn't a step, it is a leap. Because each time you have to restart, it is a leap. The way I try to look at it all, is that each day is a start over day. Because yesterday was just that, yesterday. This morning is new and I can make any decision I want. Whether to accomplish an existing goal, or plan a new goal, it is my choice. Today, I applaud you for your starting again, and taking that leap! emoticon
    4047 days ago
  • FOXXYROXXYD
    Hey Girl - Way to get back in the game! You can do it! One day at a time my friend!
    4048 days ago
  • TABBYRUINZ
    Great job Maggie! emoticon
    4048 days ago
  • RIVEKKAH
    You can do it! You go girlie!
    4048 days ago
  • SDUNAKEY
    WW is a great program. Starting the blog is a great way to track your success. Way to Go!
    4048 days ago
  • NYROYALTY
    Missouri! You can do it! Have confidence in yourself and your abilities! I know your struggles! I've started and stopped too many times to count! But I know you will be successful this time!

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    4048 days ago
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